La Quinta, California, Jan 20: It was a disappointing finish for Anirban Lahiri as he fell to five-over 77 at the tough Stadium Course, which saw him plummet to T-73 at the American Express Golf Championship on Sunday.
Lahiri who made thee cut after three rounds of 70-70-66 at the event, which is played over three different courses. His 77 meant he ended at five-under 283. In his final round Lahiri hit nine of 14 fairways and 11 of 18 greens in regulation.
Lahiri was once again done in by big numbers as he shot a triple bogey, a double bogey and two bogeys against just two birdies.
It was a forgettable day as he went into the water on three occasions – on the 13th, sixth and seventh after starting from the tenth tee. Overall, he gave away three doubles and one triple over the week.
Andrew Landry (67) wins second PGA TOUR title over Abraham Ancer after holding a six-stroke lead at one point during final round. He finished at 26-under with some very consistent scores over three courses of differing difficulty. He shot 66 and 67 in first and last rounds at Stadium Course, thee toughest one, while he had 64 at La Quinta, the easiest, and 65 at Nicklaus Tournament course.
Abraham Ancer (68-67-66-63) was second at 24-under 264, while
Scottie Scheffler (65-64-66-70) was third at 23-under 265. Ancer and Sam Burns shot 63 to tie Stadium Course record.